The greatest 9-hole indoor putting tournament in Greenville!

50 Local businesses compete in in-house mini-golf tournaments all around the city in September and October and then send their best foursome to the finals in November! This event provides a fun team-building activity for area businesses, allows GAPS to step into the community and share our mission, and enjoy an upscale evening of competition and fun at the Finals event! 


Would your business like to host a tournament at your office?  How about be one of the presenting sponsors, hole sponsors, or specialty sponsors? You can join with just a foursome at the Finals if you have a small company or just want to participate with friends!

Fun night out!

Food & Drinks! 

Silent Auction!  

Long Putt Challenge! 


More than $200,000 has been raised in the tournament’s first six years.


All money raised has remained in the local community, furthering the GAPS mission to maximize the quality of life for families affected by Parkinson’s Disease.


The 7th annual event will take place at Greenville-area businesses September through October. Teams of 4 play qualifying rounds in a 2-best ball format for the right to represent their business at the Finals on November 7, 2019 at Zen on the West End.



To host a qualifying tournament, businesses must commit to raising a minimum of $500.

GAPS will provide each business with putting cups, tee markers, golf balls, and putters.

The entry fee is $25 per player for in-office tournaments.


For smaller businesses, a foursome can be purchased at the Finals for $500.

The 2019 Water Cooler Classic will be limited to 50 teams.


Reserve your tourney date today!


Photos from our Finals Tournament in 2018!

The Greenville Area Parkinson Society holds an annual Strike Out Parkinson’s Day at Fluor Field in April. This member-driven event is a celebration of what people with Parkinson’s can do. It is an opportunity for the people of Greenville to participate in fun activities, learn more about Parkinson’s Disease, and see how various programs and services available in our community can benefit those living with Parkinson's Disease.


The 2019 Strike Out Parkinson's Day was the best ever!

Information on next year's event will be forthcoming.

Photos from Strike Out Parkinson's Day 2019!